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Sequence for Kids
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- A sequence game just for kids
- Includes a folding game board, 42 playing cards, 21 red, 21 yellow, 21 blue and 21 green playing chips, Instructions
- Recommended for ages 4 to 7 years
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slowly at the beginning, learned to play it very
well. He loves it so much and makes everyone play
it with him (and frequently wins against adults).
Along with my father-in-law, he came up with a few
alternative rules (build 5 in a row to win instead
of 4, etc.) that makes it even more fun. My son
enjoys it so much, in fact, that now he demands to
be called "Unicorn" !!! :) He has also developed a
particular talent for drawing a Unicorn or a Dragon
(or both) in almost every game. We used to help my son
by trying to deal those cards to him, but have long
since stopped and he still manages to draw them more
often than the statistical odds would suggest :)
Encouraged by how much he loves his sequence game, we
decided to buy him another board game and bought him a
100-acre wood edition of Candyland. What a disappointment
it was for all of us! You can check out my full Candyland
review if you want, but it all boils down to this: don't
waste your money on Candyland and buy this game instead -
it's great and our whole family, just like the other
reviewer's, loves to play it together.
One last thing to keep in mind: given the board size, the
game is better played with 2 or 3 players, not 4
(especially if you require 5 in a row to win instead of 4).
I know i'm their mom, but I don't think they are any less than normal in their understanding of games and the goals of games that are age appropriate.
Its just my opinion that this is wholly misrepresented in its age-range. Otherwise it's a great game. I gave it 3 stars only because the children withing the age-range stated aren't able to understand it and I wouldn't buy it again. We've just had to make up our own rules so the kids can still 'play'.
are 5 and 3, they are able to play this game by themselves (I
have to deal the cards to get them started) I don't mind playing
it myself, we have the usual Candyland, Chutes and Ladders, etc.
and I probably like this the best. The other day I had 4 kids
playing, and I didn't have to interfer all too much.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We LOVE the regular Sequence, so we got this to play with our 5yo. It was an instant hit! She loves it and we have loads of fun playing together.Published 7 hours ago by Mr/Mrs Aa
I'm an Occupational Therapist and a mom of young children. I bought this game for my 4 year old in the hopes of finding something more challenging than the typical matching or... Read morePublished 9 days ago by littlemiss
Love this game! It's a step above a matching game for little ones but the best part is that kids can grow with it and start to play using strategy. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Shopaholic
This is a tough one since my 4 year old loves this game. He doesn't understand all the elements but enjoys matching the animals randomly. Read morePublished 20 days ago by danielledcn
A close friend told me this was her daughter's favorite game, so I bought it for my kids on her recommendation. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Mama